Where Stars Land

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Where Stars Land
Where Stars Land-poster.jpg
Promotional poster
Literal meaningFox Bride Star
Revised Romanization Yeougaksibyeol
Written by Kang Eun-kyung
Directed by Shin Woo-chul
Country of originSouth Korea
Original languagesKorean
No. of episodes32 [lower-alpha 1]
Executive producers
  • Ahn Je-hyun
  • Shin Sang-yoon
  • Sohn Ki-won
Camera setup Single-camera
Running time35 minutes [lower-alpha 1]
Production companies
Original network SBS TV
Picture format 1080i (HDTV)
Audio format Dolby Digital
Original releaseOctober 1 (2018-10-01) 
November 26, 2018 (2018-11-26)

Where Stars Land [2] [3] (Korean : 여우각시별; RR : Yeougaksibyeol) is a South Korean television series starring Lee Je-hoon and Chae Soo-bin. It aired on SBS from October 1 to November 26, 2018 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 22:00 (KST) for 32 episodes. [4]



It follows the lives of employees at Incheon International Airport. [5]



A first-year member of the Passenger Services team. He graduated from the prestigious KAIST and dreamed of becoming a pilot, but due to an accident he could not fulfill his dream. A mysterious man who harbors a secret that causes him to keep his distance from his coworkers.
A first-year member of the Passenger Services team. She strives to be a perfectionist but makes many mistakes due to clumsiness and a tendency to let her emotions get the better of her.
Team manager of Airport Planning and Operation. His father and Lee Soo-yeon's mother were remarried, making him the step-brother of Lee Soo-yeon.
Team manager of Passenger Services. She knows everything about Lee Soo-yeon from the beginning. She thinks of Lee Soo-yeon as her brother because Soo-yeon often reminds her of her younger brother Yang Ji-hoon.


Passenger Service Team
Director of Terminal 2 (T2) of Incheon International Airport.
Manager of Passenger Service Team. He is married and has a teenage daughter.
Security Service Team
Manager of Security Service Team. He is also the husband of Passenger Services team manager Yang Seo-koon.
Head Officer at Security Service Team. He is kind and soft from heart though he appears as rough and tough. Dae-ki has one-sided love for his team junior, Na Young-joo.
She is Oh Dae-ki's assistant. Young-joo is a former judo athlete. She is hard-working and ambitious. She and Han Yeo-Reum become roommates.
Mooring Management Team
Manager of Airport Mooring Management Team.
Han Yeo-reum's close friend. He has one-sided love for Yeo-reum and supports her in every way.
Staff of Incheon Airport
Team Manager of Transportation Services.
Team Manager of Commercial Facilities.
Team Manager of Incheon International Airport Integrated Operations (IOC).
Owner of Fox Bride Star cafe. He is also a doctor who is trying to cure Lee Soo-yeon.
Han Yeo-reum's father. He is the former owner of Fox Bride Star cafe.
Han Yeo-reum's mother. She used to live in Nigeria.

Special appearances


Original soundtrack

Where Stars Land
Soundtrack album by
Various artists
Genre Soundtrack
Label SNJ Media, elpark

Part 1

Released on October 8, 2018 (2018-10-08)
1."It's You" (너였나 봐)Nam Hye-seung, Park Jin-hoNam Hye-seung, Jeon Jong-hyuk, Heo Seok Kim Chung-ha 03:25
2."It's You" (Inst.) Nam Hye-seung, Jeon Jong-hyuk, Heo Seok 03:25
Total length:06:50

Part 2

Released on October 16, 2018 (2018-10-16)
1."Told You So" (이봐 이봐 이봐)Nam Hye-seungNam Hye-seung, Park Jin-ho Jeong Se-woon 03:26
2."Told You So" (Inst.) Nam Hye-seung, Park Jin-ho 03:26
Total length:06:52

Part 3

Released on October 23, 2018 (2018-10-23)
1."Gravity of Love" (닮아가)Nam Hye-seung, Park Jin-ho, Jung Joon-ilNam Hye-seung, Park Jin-hoJung Joon-il04:41
2."Gravity of Love" (Inst.) Nam Hye-seung, Park Jin-ho 04:41
Total length:09:22

Part 4

Released on October 30, 2018 (2018-10-30)
1."Nothing to Worry" (괜찮다고)Nam Hye-seung, Park Jin-hoNam Hye-seung, Jeon Jong-hyuk, Heo Seok141505:03
2."Nothing to Worry" (Inst.) Nam Hye-seung, Jeon Jong-hyuk, Heo Seok 05:03
Total length:10:06

Part 5

Released on November 6, 2018 (2018-11-06)
1."Mystic World"Nam Hye-seung, JELLO ANN, MIYONam Hye-seung, MIYOO.WHEN04:31
2."Mystic World" (Inst.) Nam Hye-seung, MIYO 04:31
Total length:09:02

Part 6

Released on November 12, 2018 (2018-11-12)
1."Stay with You" (마음이 하는 일)Kim Ho-kyung1601 Yeonjung (Cosmic Girls)03:57
2."Stay with You" (Inst.) 1601 03:57
Total length:07:54

Part 7

Released on November 19, 2018 (2018-11-19)
1."Dream of You" (그런 꿈을 꾼다)Nam Hye-seung, Park Jin-ho1601 Kim Yeon-woo 03:51
2."Dream of You" (Inst.) 1601 03:51
Total length:07:42

Part 8

Released on November 20, 2018 (2018-11-20)
1."Becoming the Summer" (여름이 되어)Nam Hye-seung, Park Jin-ho1601Fromm04:01
2."Becoming the Summer" (Inst.) 1601 04:01
Total length:08:02


Where Stars Land: South Korea viewers per episode (millions)
EpisodesEpisode number
Source: Audience measurement performed nationwide by Nielsen Media Research. [28]
Ep.Original broadcast dateAverage audience share
TNmS [29] AGB Nielsen [30]
1October 1, 20185.6%5.9%(18th)7.0% (15th)
26.6%7.2% (12th)8.4% (7th)
3October 2, 20185.5%6.3% (13th)7.4% (8th)
47.7%8.6% (6th)9.6% (4th)
5October 8, 20186.3%6.7% (15th)7.5% (11th)
67.7%9.1% (7th)10.2% (4th)
7October 9, 20186.5%7.2% (13th)7.5% (12th)
88.2%9.0% (5th)9.6% (4th)
9October 15, 20186.6%6.9% (13th)7.7% (8th)
108.0%8.0% (8th)8.7% (6th)
11October 16, 20187.1%7.4% (9th)8.0% (8th)
128.7%9.2% (7th)9.9% (5th)
13October 23, 2018 [lower-alpha 2] 6.6%6.7% (12th)7.5% (10th)
148.6%8.6% (6th)9.7% (4th)
15October 29, 20186.1%6.8% (17th)6.8%(16th)
167.8%8.2% (10th)8.3% (8th)
17October 30, 20186.4%6.7% (13th)7.2% (10th)
188.1%8.6% (7th)9.2% (5th)
19November 5, 20186.7%7.2% (15th)7.5% (13th)
208.2%9.5% (7th)10.1% (4th)
21November 6, 20186.5%7.5% (11th)8.6% (9th)
228.9%9.6% (7th)10.4% (4th)
23November 12, 20186.5%7.3% (13th)8.2% (9th)
247.8%8.4% (8th)9.2% (4th)
25November 13, 20187.8%7.7% (10th)7.9% (10th)
269.1%9.3% (8th)9.5% (6th)
27November 19, 20187.2%7.2% (14th)7.3% (16th)
288.6%8.6% (10th)9.1% (7th)
29November 20, 20188.3%8.3% (10th)9.0% (8th)
31November 26, 20189.3%9.3% (8th)10.4% (6th)
329.7%9.7%(7th)10.6% (5th)

Awards and nominations

2018 SBS Drama Awards Best DramaWhere Stars LandWon [31]
Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Monday-Tuesday Drama Lee Je-hoon Won
Excellence Award, Actor in a Monday-Tuesday Drama Lee Dong-gun Nominated
Excellence Award, Actress in a Monday-Tuesday Drama Chae Soo-bin Won
Kim Ji-soo Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Kim Kyung-nam Nominated
Best New Actor Kim Ro-woon Nominated
Best New Actress Lee Soo-kyung Nominated
Best Couple Award Lee Je-hoon and Chae Soo-bin Nominated


  1. 1 2 In order to circumvent Korean laws that prevent commercial breaks in the middle of an episode, what would previously have been aired as single 70 minute episodes are now being repackaged as two 35 minute episodes, with two episodes being shown each night with a commercial break between the two. [1]
  2. No episodes were aired on October 22 due to the broadcast of a KBO playoff baseball game between the Hanhwa Eagles and Nexen Heroes.

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